Iceland’s government has drawn up a raft of proposals aimed at preventing damage to Iceland’s global reputation in the wake of the Samherji cash-for-quotas scandal, Frettabladid reports.

Measures falling into seven categories include increased transparency in operations, improvements in international fisheries policies and the prevention of conflicts of interest and bribery.

This comes as Transparency International, which monitors international corruption, says fallout from the cash-for-quotas scandal dogging Icelandic fishing firm Samherji may have bigger implications on the global stage for the nation of Iceland.